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crazy. all religions, everything. it is allowed. you cannot be at the school, saying one religion is better than the other, but the first amendment allows all religions. gerri: let me read you one thing. sis says religious music should be part of the elementary program. -- should not be a part. i cannot read tonight. come on. >> i have to say i agree with her, and i will tell you why. this is an established principle and supreme court law. the establishment clause which basically separates church and state and looks at the purpose of the activity, whether it is encouraging or discouraging. let me finish. finally, when you basically have a program in that program is essentially is neutral which is what the district is doing, that does not mean that it violates the constitution. >> you cannot promote one religion or the other. >> if you have it in a classroom situation and they're is a cultural components, it is permissible. if it is an entertainment type situation where people are excluded, then it is going too far. >> they're not excluded. they are invited. gerri: something that i
and talking about sports, right? we want to keep it unbiased, talk about play the games. get religion, get race, get everything out of it and rebrand the company. >> wearing black ties. we're both racist. melissa: we're talking about money. what is the best money move for the team? because on one hand they have a lot of investment in the name redskins. that is what everybody identifies with. some estimates are 10 to $20 million to change the name. i think a lot more than that. >> a lot more. rebrand, it's a lot more. merchandising, it is logo and website. you know better than i do, peter about this probably talking half a billion dollars to completely revamp. >> i'm not a money person. i give you anecdotal. i lived in washington and covered washington sports two years. there is not a fan base more passionate than washington fan base, whatever is on logo, whatever merchandise, they will buy it and tickets. merchandise is split between all the teams. ticket sales, parking, going there buying concessssions. that type of thing they're getting so much money from the tv revenue, changing logo i
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